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-====== Peter'​s Tools 1.97 ======+====== Peter'​s Tools 1.98 ======
 > **Summary:​** //​Miscellaneous scripts (no longer compiled into a plug-in, just scripts and toolbar) (developed primarily by Peter Harris). // > **Summary:​** //​Miscellaneous scripts (no longer compiled into a plug-in, just scripts and toolbar) (developed primarily by Peter Harris). //
  
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-  * **This update is primarily to go back to making these scripts into a plugin. They will run faster this way & be simpler to install. Other changes are minor bug fixes.**+  * **This update is primarily to go back to making these scripts into a plugin. They will run faster this way & be simpler to install. I also made the DotWithData tool work with meshes in more cases. Other changes are minor bug fixes.**
  
  
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   - Download the zip file to either your downloads folder or a user folder (C:​\Users\(user-name). Unzip to the same place.   - Download the zip file to either your downloads folder or a user folder (C:​\Users\(user-name). Unzip to the same place.
   - Right-click on the PetersTools.rhp file and select **Properties**. On the General tab, see if the file is blocked. (It'll say so near the bottom of the page.) If so, unblock it. This cannot be done unless the file is in your downloads or user folder. (Actually, I've heard that desktop works, too.)   - Right-click on the PetersTools.rhp file and select **Properties**. On the General tab, see if the file is blocked. (It'll say so near the bottom of the page.) If so, unblock it. This cannot be done unless the file is in your downloads or user folder. (Actually, I've heard that desktop works, too.)
-  - If you are installing in Rhino 6 and already installed a previous version, you will need to delete the toolbar in Rhino. Open Rhino, type in '​toolbar',​ in the files section, right-click PetersTools and select Close. 
   - It may work to drag & drop both files into the Rhino window. This is the easiest solution. If that doesn'​t work, try:   - It may work to drag & drop both files into the Rhino window. This is the easiest solution. If that doesn'​t work, try:
   - Copy the //​PetersTools.rhp//​ file to your //​Rhinoceros 5.0 or 6.0 (64-bit)\Plug-ins//​ folder.   - Copy the //​PetersTools.rhp//​ file to your //​Rhinoceros 5.0 or 6.0 (64-bit)\Plug-ins//​ folder.
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 Download link for Rhino 6 users: Download link for Rhino 6 users:
-[[https://​www.dropbox.com/​s/​mhhkd3qg46nn7u9/​PetersTools1.97.zip?dl=1]]+[[https://​www.dropbox.com/​s/​vseftbfyo2ou9xp/​PetersTools1.98.zip?dl=1]]
  
  
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